Boys / March 6, 2019 / Mira Hansen
You can select three or four additional hues related to your kid's original paint selections to add interest and complexity. Use them as accent paint colors and when choosing accessories.Don't forget to include the ceiling as another surface to bring to life with color.STORAGE: Funny thing about storage. No matter how much you have, you always fill it up. Kid's room storage can be tricky. Kid's have so much stuff!How about toy boxes that double as toys. Do you have a young knight who could use a castle with battlements he can hide behind? He can drop the drawbridge door to load his playthings, making clean up fun. Fun! There's that word again.A Doll House toy box is another fun idea. Make a simple gabled roof with 14" plywood and paint siding, doors and windows with shutters on the sides. Do you have a pirate, soccer player, farmer or ballet dancer? You get the picture.
When it comes to decorating kids rooms, one of the most important things to do is keep it simple. And always be sure to see what they want. They may be young, but that doesn't mean they don't have suggestions and ideas about how their bedroom should be decorated.One of the most common ways of decorating kids rooms is to get a collection of their favorite princess or super hero: bed spread, sheets, pillow cases, curtains, lamp shades. We've all see the cookie cutter kid decor, but there are many other creative, inexpensive, do-it-yourself ways to jazz up a child's bedroom without spending a fortune on someone else's idea of a decorating style.
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